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  1. I have to move some things across country. Any opinions on whether or not it's doable with a 1992 XLT 5.8L? Basically, it would be towing a 5X8 U-Haul. I have the towing package, it's just that I saw a few concerns online about the axle width of the 5.8L XLT as opposed to the 5.0 (being better according to the chatter). Should I be concerned about attempting it? The vehicle itself is in perfect shape. Thanks in advance for any advice, griff
  2. griff

    griff '92 stock5

    From the album: griff's '92 Bronco

    A few pictures of my 1992 Bronco XLT, 5.8 (Stock). Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
  3. griff

    griff '92 stock4

    From the album: griff's '92 Bronco

    A few pictures of my 1992 Bronco XLT, 5.8 (Stock). Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
  4. griff

    griff '92 stock3

    From the album: griff's '92 Bronco

    A few pictures of my 1992 Bronco XLT, 5.8 (Stock). Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
  5. griff

    griff '92 stock2

    From the album: griff's '92 Bronco

    A few pictures of my 1992 Bronco XLT, 5.8 (Stock). Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
  6. griff

    griff '92 stock

    From the album: griff's '92 Bronco

    A few pictures of my 1992 Bronco XLT, 5.8 (Stock). Currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.
  7. Hey guys! I am looking for someone to restore my 1992 XLT. It has great bones, almost no rust. - Pretty sure it needs a new transmission and transfer case. - Needs a tiny bit of surface rust taken off and needs to be painted all around. - Also would like to put a small lift and bigger tires on it for summer 4x4ing. Interior I am leaving as is for now. Anyone have any advice on who to go to in this area? I would take it to Washington state if there is someone there who would do a better job. Not many Broncos around this area. Thanks! Shelby
  8. I have a 1993 ford bronco xlt with the standard shock set up...I want to know what work and parts would go into a quad shock conversion any help or knowledge will be appreciated on how to complete this.
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